An Alternate Way To Find Anime You Like

If you’re still at a loss after following my guide and haven’t managed to find a new anime that really captures your interest, don’t worry, there is an alternate way to find anime you like that I have used many times!

Ask yourself some questions.

Do you have an anime that you’ve already watched and love?

What is your favorite anime of all time?

What was that good new action anime I recently watched?

What was that good….etc?

You get the point.

If you can answer these, chances are you will want to watch an anime similar to that. You simply need to find anime like the one you just thought of.The best way to find these is to search Google. For instance, if I really loved Death Note, I would go on Google and type “anime like death note” and look at what pops up.

You will have to skim through some posts, but if you’re at a complete loss of direction, this is a great place to start.

This method is not foolproof however, as people’s opinions play a large role in what they consider similar. For example, I consider Code Geass very similar to Death Note; however the other two recommendations, Monster and Ergo Proxy I do not.

After you found a few that sound promising, head to a review site and read about it.

After reading the review, if it sounds like something interesting, check it out!

If you prefer to watch anime online for free, checkout my in depth guide here. A lot of people tend to do it the illegal way, but it’s simply not worth it. You can get caught and face big fines, and it’s not fair to the producer who put a lot of time and effort into giving us something great.

After all, there are legal ways to watch anime for free as well!

 

I hope this post helped you find what you were looking for, or at least gave you the blueprint for finding something new!

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below. I will get back to you right away.

Cheers,

Justin

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